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imagine everything you've ever loved in one four song EP

All I can say is that it's time for you to buy this. This is such quality. Teeth. Holiday Birthday Funeral. It's awesome beyond belief. Teeth has so much going at the same time but it's not at all overwhelming (Actually, I take that back, you will definitely be overwhelmed by the amazingness). Again, Cacie's vocals are those of a goddess. Brad is just incredible, what can I say, I love him. And Cacie. And this EP. Which is why I rate is 20 million out of five. So buy it. You will not regret it. Oh, and the way Teeth goes into In The City like that? All I have to say is why? Why are Now, Now so incredible? WHY?


Formed: Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Minnesota-based indie pop/rockers Now, Now Every Children formed in the city of Blaine around the talents of longtime friends Cacie Dalager (vocals, guitar) and Brad Hale (drums) while the pair was still in high school. The duo's lo-fi yet ethereal wall of sound found fans on MySpace long before the two ever took to the stage. Led by Dalager’s plain yet soaring vocals and employing a much larger sound than their spare setup would suggest, Now, Now Every Children signed to Afternoon...
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